Summary: This game was pretty cool at first... but after I customazied my character and completed the first few levels it got pretty boring and hard. When you try to defeat a big monster it got almost impossible to beat.
Summary: but was pleasantly surprised by how enjoyable it actually was. I had heard that it received bad reviews after purchasing it for a trip I was going on. I ended up playing it and found it difficult to put down. Game play is fairly straight forward.
Summary: Monster Hunter is a hardcore game, which means it is one of those games that can only appeal to select few and people who like big monsters. Even though that this game is an RPG, it does not feature a hardcore plot, emotional overlords, or that epic feel that a traditional RPG has.
Summary: Indeed, as the title says, this game is about Monster Hunting. For the first time on a PSP, the player is offered a respectivly wide range of customization for their character which they can create in the very beginning of this game.
Summary: There is something very satifying about finally bringing down the monsterous wyvern that killed you so many times before; then using its body parts to fashion yourself some new armor. This game is exactly what it promised to be: an expansion of the PS2 version of Monster Hunter.
Summary: Capcom has demolished the whole Online Internet play, in its wake the game only supports Ad-Hoc multiplayer mode (In which you play with 3 others within 30 feet), which is no good because not everyone owns a PSP or this game (Plus you must have friends to play this with).